Campers Inn RV Park

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2501 County Road 88, Dunnigan, CA, 95937

Campers Inn RV Park is located near the beautiful and bustling California town of Sacramento and is the perfect place for a relaxing yet adventurous outdoor vacation. Whether you love museums and craft foods, to wide, open spaces, you're certain to have an epic vacation while at this park. 


Amenities and Activities

RVers can expect excellent activities near the campground. Some traveler favorites include: hiking, biking, river rafting, boating and fishing. Amenities onsite include: tent camping, restrooms, showers, big rig access, pull thrus, water, sewerage, WIFI and 30/50 amp sites.


Visitors can expect great west coast attractions such as:

- Il Fornaio Sacramento

- Raging Waters Sacramento

- California State Indian Museum

- Fairytale Town

- The Firehouse Restaurant

- Sacramento Zoo

- Folsom Lake

- Mulvaney's B&L


Travelers at the park can take advantage of fun local activities and attractions, not to mention dozens of city parks to enjoy local spaces and soak in the beautiful west coast terrain. Be sure to reserve your site early, and we hope to see you soon!

RV Sites

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RV Site 30 Amps $45.00 $284.00 $650.00 Choose Your Site
RV Site 50 Amps $45.00 $284.00 $680.00 Choose Your Site

2501 County Road 88, Dunnigan, CA, 95937

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Overall Rating: 1.7


Stayed here feb 2/2019 , no staff ever came around , store not open , had to pay extra because I had no change . Lots of dog poo in our site #4 , but the people we talked to there were very nice.. and it was nice they had a site because I was tired .

Lori Tripp

It was a bit scary I agree with the last persons review. We drove in (it was very late so I must say I can’t really give a proper observation) but some drunk guy was standing in the middle of the road and finally hobbled out of my way then I drove around for a second and couldn’t figure out where the spots were (supposed to be some empty spots in the front) I did see a couple possible empty places in the front but I was scared to get out (It was just me (a small woman)and my boy) my 14 year old son said it doesn’t look safe here so we drove off. I’m very upset I waisted $48 bucks for nothing.

Campground Response

I think that anyone that comes into an RV Park at night runs the risk of being scarred in the best of areas. Our park is full of long term retired people, Veterans, Trade Workers, and working couples. We have very few families with children so there are not a lot of kids running around. People who stay at an RV Park are not on house arrest and may walk around. We also do not restrict people from having a drink at their site if they want. We do have a no loitering quiet policy after 10:00 p.m. As far as being a scary place, all I can say is that if I were traveling with my child I would probably try to get to my overnight destination during daylight hours. This would allow me to look around and get a fair assessment of the surroundings..Anyone or anyplace can appear scary at night if you come in late. I could probably have had someone come help you get set up if you had called back the office with your concerns. Your comments about our park are not fair. We have lots of people come through our park and stay in the overnight spots we keep open for weary travelers. Its not a fancy place. but it is a good, safe, clean community with nice people. Sorry it didn't work out for you. Campers Inn RV Park

Mark Frederick

This place is nothing like the pictures. It is disgusting and doesn’t even look safe. There are dilapidated old RVs everywhere. The manager told us we could come in late and park anywhere. We couldn’t even tell where the hookups were. We turned around and left immediately despite being exhausted from a 12 hour drive.

Campground Response

Mark, We don't have a bunch of old dilapidated trailers. We have both modern and older trailers in our park if they are presentable. We have a lot of trade workers that stay several months at a time. Some of them are a bit scruffy, but that does not make a place unsafe. We are mostly a long term park that keeps a few RV sites open for over nighters when they need a place to stay and are too tired to keep driving. We don't try to be an RV resort, or a vacation site. Your blasting of the park is unjustified and not nice considering we were nice enough to let you come into the park late night. It is not our fault that you do not know how to plug in your RV. We could have helped you if you had called us back for assistance. Also, how could you possibly compare our park to the pictures if you came in late night when its dark? Its not nice to trash a park just because - we do not try to be what we are not. Sorry it did not work out for you. CI